Education Archive

Suzanne McLeod, Binghamton University – 4 Ways to Get the New School Year Off to a Good Start

Are your kids ready to go back to school? Suzanne McLeod, assistant Professor in the department

TaLisa Carter, American University – Insider Status as a Researcher

Researchers with inside knowledge of their subject can face interesting challenges. TaLisa Carter, assistant professor in

Matthew Vetter, Indiana University of Pennsylvania – Understanding Instructor Motivations for Adopting Wikipedia-Based Assignments

On Wiki Education Week:Β  What are the benefits of using Wikipedia in the classroom? Matthew Vetter,

Naniette Coleman, University of California Berkeley – Diversifying the Hands that Combat Misinformation One Wikipedia β€œedit” Button Click at a Time

On Wiki Education Week:Β  Everyone can work to combat misinformation. Naniette Coleman, PhD candidate in sociology

Zachary McDowell, University of Illinois at Chicago – Wikipedia and the Representation of Reality

On Wiki Education Week:Β  Not all groups have the same representation on Wikipedia. Zachary McDowell, assistant

Trudi Jacobson, North-West University – Students Reflect on Their Roles and Responsibilities as Wikipedia Editors

On Wiki Education Week:Β  What responsibilities do authors have on a public forum? Trudi Jacobson, extraordinary

Wes Routon, Georgia Gwinnett University – Dual Enrollment Pays Off

Getting a jumpstart on college courses can pay off for high school students Wes Routon, associate

JT Torres, Quinnipiac University – How Conversations Help Us Learn

Not all feedback is created equal. JT Torres, assistant teaching professor of English and Interdisciplinary Studies

Marshall Jones, Winthrop University – Why Teaching is Harder Than You Think

The pandemic has made certain jobs even harder. Marshall Jones, professor and graduate program director in

Timothy Abraham, Utica College – Brain-Based Teaching to Improve Student Learning

There are different ways to teach students in higher ed, but which is best? Tim Abraham,